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noun as in claw

noun as in cog

noun as in digit

noun as in tooth

noun as in tooth

noun as in tusk

Strongest match

Strong matches

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Example Sentences

Meanwhile, Namaari has grown up to lead her home tribe, Fang, but has begun questioning the aggressive direction of her clan.

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Raya is still just a young girl, so she’s easy prey for Namaari, the daughter of the visiting Fang leader.

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As Swalwell rose in the ranks, Fang became an even bigger supporter.

Just mark the spot on your wall and push, and a pair of hardened steel fangs will dig securely into drywall.

Having one big fang near the middle of the mouth is pretty unusual, Claeson notes.

As Lee Fang recounted at The Nation, Obama made them a centerpiece of his campaign.

But, as Fang continued, the administration quickly evolved away from that position.

“Most are less proactive,” says the artificial fang producer, who goes by the professional name Dnash.

The last several years I called my ex-husbands “Fang” on stage, too.

In 1989, Fang Lizhi wrote an open letter to Chinese leader Deng Xiaoping demanding the release of political prisoners.

The last fang belonging to chimney-pot Liz had perished in that great conflagration!

And then remorse began to fit a long-pointed fang into a sensitive spot in her heart.

It was a prodigious white fang excrescent from the jaw of the world.

A fang of fire darted from the center of the clouds and the guard rolled down the dyke and lay still at the bottom.

Our more immediate need, however, is to discover a means of defeating the malignity of the detestable Fang.


On this page you'll find 76 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to fang, such as: fingernail, paw, tentacle, barb, clapperclaw, and grapnel.

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